Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton seem to be making a friend date to Wimbledon an annual tradition. The two duchesses made their first solo appearance together at the tennis tournament last summer, where they sat next to each other as they watched Markle's friend and baby shower planner Serena Williams play Germany's Angelique Kerber in the last game of the championship.
Now Buckingham Palace has confirmed the duo will reprise the outing and attend the Ladies' Singles Finals together on Saturday, July 13.
This will mark the second time both royals have been seen at Wimbledon this year. Middleton was spotted courtside earlier this week, cheering on British player Harriet Dart in a match. Middleton wore an effortlessly chic custom-designed white shirtdress from Suzannah, natural makeup, and a black Alexander McQueen belt.
Markle, meanwhile, briefly stepped away from baby Archie to support Williams as she took on Croatian pro Kaja Juvan on July 4. For that game, Markle hung out with her two friends from college and seemed to have a good time, though her outing was not without a few small controversies.
The two duchesses will sit next to each other in the royal box at Wimbledon's Centre Court, just like they did last year. Their appearance also contradicts rumors of a feud that have followed the pair for months, despite the fact that they seem to get along just fine. As royals expert Katie Nicholl told Glamour in March, the catfight gossip is exaggerated—the two are simply "quite different women." They might not have tons in common when they first met, aside from the fact that they were in love with princes, but they've seemed to have bonded more in recent months. Case in point: At a recent polo match, they had a laugh with their kids.
And, of course, they'll always have their love of tennis.
Originally Appeared on Glamour